BBFFL

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BBFFLBarbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy (Washington, DC)
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She would later start the nonprofit the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, which advocates for helping parents and their children learn the basic educational skills of reading and writing.
In addition, she started her own foundation, the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy.
"It was her singular ability to make you feel like you were the most important person in the world when you were talking to her," Craig Denekas, a member of the board of directors of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, told reporters.
* The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy began during her White House years, with a goal to improve the lives of disadvantaged Americans by boosting literacy among parents and their children.
Writing at Slate in a piece published Thursday, (http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2017/10/george_h_w_bush_groped_me_during_a_2014_photo_op.html) Kline said she was a guest author at a Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy fundraiser at which she and her husband posed for a photo with the former president.
Barbara Bush states her view of family literacy on The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy web page: "The home is the child's first school, the parent is the child's first teacher, and reading is the child's first subject" (www.barbarabushfoundation.com).
sits on the national grant advisory and founding board of the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. McGraw in turn received the highest literacy award from President Bush in the early 1990s, for his contributions to the cause of literacy.
She developed the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy in 1989 and makes scheduled appearances to fight illiteracy.
"The slides were almost a protective shield, something you could hide behind--just like writing a book with a dog." (Millie's Book was a best-seller and raised over a million dollars for the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy; Mrs.
Avance was also cited as one of ten national model programs for family literacy in First Teachers, a book published by the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, and as a Collaborative Model Program by the Inspector General's Office.
Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy. Retrieved June 5, 2005, from www .barbarabushfoundation.com/wn.html